Stephanie Worrell


Stephanie Worrell is a branding strategist, community service volunteer, widow, mother, and cancer survivor.

As a brand strategist her expertise in building brands comes from working for a design agency for twenty-five+ years. Today, as an independent consultant, she offers her in-depth marketing, branding, and design expertise to a variety of clients.

As a cancer survivor, Stephanie’s book The War in My Rack, How Cancer Gave Me Peace has given her the opportunity to speak and write about how this illness transformed her life and marriage.

While recovering from cancer, she began volunteering for several Butler County community agencies. Her activities include serving on the boards of Wesley Community Services, Butler County United Way Youth Council and Women’s Leadership Council. Stephanie notes, “Planting roots in agencies where you live is a humbling experience.”

Stephanie’s husband of 36 years, A. Christian Worrell III, unexpectedly died as this book went to print. Per Stephanie, “I am thankful that we had the last six years to redefine and rediscover our love.” Their daughter Devon works and lives in Seattle and their son Ben is a junior at Bellarmine University in Louisville.

Stephanie is also an exercise addict and loves to mountain hike and ski, and for relaxation she enjoys reading.

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